January 2nd 2007 7:03 am
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I've only been a member of Catster since Sept. and already this is my second time to be one of the Diary Picks of the Day. I haven't achieved "The" pick of the day yet, but I will. I am so honored Catster HQ has choosen me again. Thank you, thank you, thank you!!!
Perhaps a litttle catnip juice will set me back in order...a moment please.
Today I have some quotes from people who, as it turns out, are rather smart about cats and themselves as humans.
There is a weary expression on your cat's face when she brings you home a mouse. It needs no words: "Is this woman ever going to catch her own?"
- Pam Brown -
(I can tell you right now the answer is "no". -Spark-)
The fact is, to cats, humans are, for all our grotesque size, unbelievably slow and clumsy. We are totally incapable of managing a good leap or jump or pounce or swipe or, indeed, almost any other simple maneuver which, at the very least, would make us passable fun to play with.
- Cleveland Amory -
(Keep trying, you'll eventually find some combination that works. -Spark-)
Cats are friendly masters, just so long as you remember your place.
- Paul Gray -
Cats don't mind sharing the bed with fellow cats, as long as the area is equitably divided among them. Usually there is room for everyone on a first-come-first-served basis - under the blanket, on top of the blanket, on the pillow, under the pillow, at the head of the bed, at the foot of the bed, in that order. Any space left goes to the human.
- Stephen Baker -
(There is very little bed left when there are but one or two cats in the household. -Spark- )
After scolding one's cat one looks into its face and is seized by the ugly suspicion that it understood every word and has filed it for reference.
- Charlotte Gray -
(Oh you silly humans have no idea... -Spark-)
Have a wonderful day all you furry felines. I'm off to bask in the sun.
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